Accessibility Information Access to the Coot Picnic area is via the Lakeside carpark off Aughtie Drive. Parking There is one designated disabled bay located at
Coot Picnic Area
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Access to the Coot Picnic area is via the Lakeside carpark off Aughtie Drive.
There is one designated disabled bay located at the southern side of the carpark adjacent to an access way. The bay is a standard width but the access way provides additional loading room. Parking is free for people displaying a disabled parking permit.
Picnic shelter and facilities
The picnic area contains a pavilion with four tables providing access for wheelchair users.
A hard-surfaced, fine gravel path leads to the picnic shelter. The distance is approximately 100 metres.
The picnic area also contains a wheelchair swing and a small playground.
The key for the wheelchair swing can be obtained from the Parks Victoria Office.
The lake front is adjacent to the picnic area with a concrete pathway and floating jetties.
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